NDVotes, supported by the Center for Social Concerns, the Rooney Center for American Democracy, and the Minor in Constitutional Studies, is a strong advocate for democratic and civic engagement at the University of Notre Dame. Their efforts during the 2020 Presidential election cycle were exceptional. Please join us as the ND Votes leadership team shares their experience and vision for campus democratic engagement. They will present results from the ALL IN Campus Challenge that Notre Dame participated in, and explore what it means to integrate campus democratic engagement efforts during a time of polarization. Jay Brandenberger will also share data from a November study of campus voting trends and perspectives. We welcome faculty/staff, students, and community partners within Notre Dame and the consortium to take part in this Engaged Learning Forum to discuss democratic engagement goals within your own areas as we look to bridge networks and integrate efforts.
ND Votes Leaders: Rachel Sabnani, Matthew Cotner, Patrick Aimone, Madeline Ward, Adair Molinsky
Jay Brandenberger, Ph.D., Director, Assessment and Engaged Scholarship
Lulama (Lulu) Moyo, M.A., Assistant Director, Community-Engaged Learning Program
How to Join
This event will be hosted virtually on Zoom. To receive the Zoom link please register by April 18, 2021. This event qualifies as credit for Certificate in Community Engagement and Public Scholarship (CEPS). Graduate students register through GradConnect.